- Hourly rate $25
- Response Time 24h
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Former Division I Volleyball Player offering private and group lessons in the Dallas-Fort Worth Area
- at your home
About the lesson
I am an optimist!
I very much believe with the right level of focus and discipline that anything can be accomplished. In the past, I have worked with all ages when it comes to volleyball. Setting can be taught to a 2 year old with a balloon as easily as all-out defense can be mastered by a 65 year old.
Communication is key with me, I structure my lessons based on the individual or the group and can provide high-intensity, fast-paced, cardio practices, as well as, more structured and precise, technical practices.
My teaching methodology revolves around the idea of self-evaluating, so there is a lot of mindfulness and analysis that goes in to learning new skills or concepts.
- All Levels
Alesha Wilson is currently a volunteer assistant coach with the University of Dallas Crusaders in Irving, Texas for the 2018 season.
She completed her undergraduate assistant position at NCAA Division I North Carolina State University in Raleigh, North Carolina in 2015. The Wolfpack went 16-16 overall (5-15 ACC play) that fall.
Wilson began her coaching journey in 2013 and has spent the last five years gaining experience as an assistant and head coach through amateur volleyball with Triangle Volleyball Club & NC Elite Volleyball Club in Morrisville, North Carolina and Team North Texas Volleyball Club & Drive Nation Sports in Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas. She also assisted and led camps and clinics with North Carolina State University, Keller Central and Ryan High School.
Prior to coaching, Wilson graduated from North Carolina State University as a former middle blocker and Wolfpack athlete for life. During 2012, Wilson was named ACC Player of the Week; she was ranked second on the team in total blocks, ranked fourth in total attacks, and participated in the first NCAA tournament appearance since 1987 v Texas A&M University. Additionally, she garnered all-tournament honors and captainship in the 2013 and 2014 seasons.
In May 2016, Wilson earned her Bachelor of Science in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering with a Spanish Minor.
Wilson has been giving lessons for over 5 years and has taught approximately 45 student-athletes at one time. Some of her former students have changed positions within their team, move from a freshman team to an upperclassman team, and some have gone on to accept scholarship opportunities to play in college.
“A person really doesn’t become whole, until he becomes a part of something that’s bigger than himself.” – Jimmy V
- 5h: $100
- 10h: $175